Confusions Benefit Us, Runner Up, Wordism S3, Asadh

Confusion seems to be a very problematic thing. It engrosses a person into a frenzied state. I myself am confused all the time! I don’t know if it is a good thing or a bad thing; I am confused about that too! But the more that I think about it now, maybe it is not such a bad thing to be confused.

Confusion is also known as disorientation or delirium but I don’t think it is actually disorientation. Confusion doesn’t really disorient you, rather it makes you think more about it. It could be disorientation as you are not able to come to a conclusion but it does not mean disorientation from the entire subject matter.

The things we learn in life are either things we are taught from others’ experiences or things that we learn from our own experience. It is like a process of trial and error. When situations arise where we have to make decisions we do get confused which then pushes us to think more and help us choose and decide. Our decisions bring outcomes and these different outcomes from our choices are the lessons and the experiences we have learnt throughout history. So if you look at it in a way what we have become as an individual today or how we have evolved from the Stone Age to today was due to the choices we made which all came up because of the confusions we have had along with the process. Confusions do make us think more. When confusions come up it shows us different pros and cons of conclusions that are to come which affects the decision making process and these decisions later become conclusions. When I am to deal with a certain problem I do get confused on what decision to take but this makes me think more of the earlier times when I was in such situation and the choices I made and their outcomes which are now my experiences. These help me makes choices for my new problems.

So every time we worry about how confused we are about a thing, whether it is the simplest of the decisions to the very important ones, maybe those confusions are needed. In the bigger picture, it is what has brought us till this point in civilization itself.

Dikshya Koirala Receiving Runner Up Certificate from Our COO Mohan Ghimire

Question answer with Dikshya

1. Tell us more about you.

I am interested in law and want to pursue a career in it. I have written several articles relating to law and human rights and I do believe that I would want to continue to do so.

2. What was your thought when you apply to Wordism competition?

The topic for Asadh’s competition was quite interesting and so one day I thought of pouring out whatever I had in my mind. The result is what you see before yourself as an entry in the Wordism Competition.

3. What are your dreams and aspiration?

Become a successful lawyer and academician.

4. How do you feel being the Wordism Runner Up of Asadh?

Proud to be a Runner Up. Determined to win the title of WORDISM HERO by winning the annual competition!

5. Anything you want to say about who is reading this!

I have a lot of dreams and aspirations and I am slowly seeing them through. I would encourage everyone who is reading this to dream and follow them through. Dreams will only come through if we have the courage to pursue them.

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